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Weedon endorses Liturgical Forms

Colón “If Matthew Carver’s translation of Friedrich Lochner’s The Chief Divine Service left you hungering and thirsting for more goodies in English from that finest liturgiologist of the early Missouri Synod, the volume you hold in your hands now will certainly … Continue reading

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Now Available: Liturgical Forms by Friedrich Lochner

Dakar Liturgical Forms represents the latest stage in bringing Friedrich Lochner’s works into English, which was begun by Matthew Carver’s translation of The Chief Divine Service (2020). It shows the other facets of the liturgical life of the early Missouri Synod … Continue reading

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Available soon: The Conduct of the Service – Pre-order and save 10%

We are pleased to announce that The Conduct of the Service is currently in the process of being reprinted. We’ll have more information soon on an expected release date. In the meantime, pre-order now to save 10% and be among the first to receive … Continue reading

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Back in stock….and not just for the altar guild

“The service which the altar guild can render is valuable as an aid to extol the beauty and greatness of God and to awaken the response of His people in all forms of beauty, care, and reverence. Beauty in the … Continue reading

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“…for he will save his people from their sins.”

Share the good news of our Savior’s birth with Christmas cards that combine stunning imagery with words of Scripture and beloved hymns. Savior (left) shows the infant Christ standing on the lap of the Virgin Mary, who gently receives her … Continue reading

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An Army of Angels Leads to the Nativity

Glory to God depicts an oil on canvas painting, “Seeing Shepherds” by Daniel Bonnell. The inside text echoes the cover with a stanza from “O Come, All Ye Faithful”: Sing, choirs of angels, sing in exultation, Sing, all ye citizens of … Continue reading

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Christmas Cards that Focus on Christ

Share the good news of our Savior’s birth with Christmas cards that combine stunning imagery with words of Scripture and beloved hymns. Messiah (right) features an acrylic painting on canvas by Meghan Schultz, a Lutheran artist with whom we often … Continue reading

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Introducing our newest Christ-centered Christmas card…

Share the good news of our Savior’s birth with Christmas cards that combine stunning imagery with words of Scripture and beloved hymns. This year we are pleased to add a new Christmas card to our collection: Adoration. In rich, vibrant … Continue reading

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Save up to 25% on Scratch & Dent books

It’s time to make room on our shelves as we gear up for Christmas card season! Save up to 25% on books with minor cosmetic flaws. Flaws include a fold or scratch on the cover, dented spine or corner, or … Continue reading

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Liber Hymnorum: Why are these hymns important?

Matthew Carver: “The hymns in Liber Hymnorum are important, first, because they are the Church’s hymns. They have been used by God’s people for centuries, have stood the test of time, and have been carefully tended and passed on for … Continue reading

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